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. joe vasquez on how the brutal crime went down, and the cryptic aliases the suspects went by. >> reporter: according to court document, the two male sense, one carrying a gun, went inside this home at 3733 san bruno avenue, assaulted the male victim, steven reed, then tied his hands behind his back. then prosecutors say the suspects beat the female victim, 19-year-old audrey prado, hog-tied her averages to her ankles, then gagged her with a sock. last night, a resident here told linda yi that the police took key evidence away including bedding. >> like what? >> a computer , mattresses, like, beds. >> reporter: after they drove away, police believe one of the suspects shot steven in the neck. both victims were dumped on a sidewalk a half mile away. steven reed was dead. prado is still in the hospital. >> whether they were trying to send a message, or facilitate in the beating and the shooting is still not clear. >> reporter: five of the suspects were arrested at this home in hercules earlier this week. the woman at the door told me the police got it all wrong. but she wouldn'
this at 6:00. reporting live in palo alto, joe vasquez, cbs 5. >>> a major sink hole. crewings brought in steel plates to cover the rodeway. this stretch of road could be closed the next couple days we are told. >>> a fallen tree crushed cars mere peralt boulevard. chief meteorologist giving us more. >> reporter: the next weather system is nothing like what we had over the weekend. we had thunderstorms, lightning, damaging winds and heavy rainfall. dry conditions on this christmas eve evening. you can see the beginning of the next wave of rainfall on our long range radar here. we're not looking at excessive amounts, bit will be back this time tomorrow. look how much rain has fallen just since thanksgiving. san jose you have had 5 inches. walnut creek, 10-inchings of rain. san rafael you have had 14 inches and the north bay mountains have had 20 inches of rain since thanksgiving. >>> rescuers have found no sign of a man who ran from police at a dui stop and then jumped into a creek. 24-year-old anthony donaldson went missing early this morning. police spotted him. police say they tried
on the roads? well cbs5 reporter joe vasquez shows us luxury is a popular ride. >> latest attributes is an all wheel drive season. >> reporter: this holiday has been a joyride. >> we are very excited about sales. cars are flying all the shelves. >> reporter: what about the possibility of feed bumps caused by an economic stalemate in washington? >> i don't think our consumers are concerned about the fiscal cliff. they just want to buy. >> reporter: that goes for the higher end luxury cars like this 2013 bently continental. high end cars will make up 16% of retail vehicles sold in december up from 15.3% last month. a year ago, it was 14.8%. so that's a little over 1% increase year to year. >> people are buying because we have lots of new models. >> reporter: luxury car sales are up around the holidays because that is when bosses get their bonuses. but dealers are reporting heavier increases in other types of cars. sales of light vehicles like suvs are expected to improof by more than 13% year to year. the american car market is on the path of finishing the year at the highest level since 2007 an
. >>reporter: rothis resident,in his 27 years here on bluebonnet way, morgan hill resident joe vasquez is troubled by the burglaries. >> usually, this is a good neighbor i've lived here a long time i of it seldom seen violence. or a break- in. >>reporter: since november 1st, there have been nine residential burglaries and fifteen auto burglaries in morgan hill with what police describe as a 'significant spike' in the break-ins on bluebonnet way, peppertree drive, jasmine way and almond way here in the greenleaf neighborhood. >> the wall and knocked on the door, try to get someone to answer the door. if nobody will answer, there will knock the door, louder. there will knock on the windows and nobody answers they will get more brazen and go to the back yard. and to make entry. >>reporter: police have stepped up patrols in the area. this officer responding within minutes to reports of a suspicious vehicle. residents got letters from police with advice about locking doors, securing property and keeping holiday gifts out of sight. joe vasquez put a security camera on his garage. >> making s
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